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Learn about the Southwest Border Rural Law Enforcement Assistance Program in Upcoming Webinar

Register to participate in the Southwest Border Rural Law Enforcement Assistance Program webinar, taking place on June 4, 2020, at 1 p.m. ET.

This webinar will provide an overview of this new BJA funding program, which is designed to assist small, rural, and tribal law enforcement agencies located in the Southwest border (SWB) states (Arizona, California, New Mexico, or Texas).

This webinar is open to all agencies located in the SWB states. Topics covered will include the purposes of the program, available funding and eligibility, submitting an application, the review process, and post-award requirements. Also, for agencies requiring help in submitting an application, available assistance options will be discussed.

Sign up to take part in this webinar.

Date Modified: June 24, 2020

In case you missed it, a recording of the webinar is available at: https://southwestborder.ncirc.gov/webinars.

Date Created: May 29, 2020